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'Omen of Evil' baby aye-aye born in North Carolina

By Chris Ciaccia

A baby aye-aye, also known as a long-fingered lemur, has been born at the Duke Lemur Centre (DLC) in North Carolina, SWNS reports.

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police

By Melissa Leon

A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and several local law enforcement teams joined forces to make his wish come true -- become an honorary marine officer and go on a ride with the Coast Guard.

Navy veteran's family plans to sue VA over suspicious hospital death ruled a homicide

By Vandana Rambaran

The family of an 87-year-old U.S. Navy veteran who died suddenly in June 2018 -- reportedly due to a wrongfully administered insulin dose at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia -- plans to sue the federal Department of Veterans Affairs over the death, which has been ruled a homicide.

Beto O'Rourke: Congress should block Trump from hosting G-7 at his Doral resort

By Vandana Rambaran

Former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke, one of the Democrats seeking to unseat President Trump in 2020, urged Republicans in Congress to envoke a clause of the Constitution that potentially would block President Trump from hosting the G-7 summit at a Trump resort in Doral, Fla.

Florida woman’s arm, foot severed by plane propeller: police Β 

By Bradford Betz

A Florida woman lost her arm and foot after getting off a private plane at Key West International Airport on Saturday, police said.  

Tampon-linked toxic shock syndrome nearly kills North Carolina mom of 5: 'I was extremely ill'

By Madeline Farber

A North Carolina mom is warning other women about the potential dangers of using super-absorbent tampons after she nearly died from a toxic shock syndrome (TSS), a rare but serious infection sometimes linked to the feminine hygiene product. 

Jimmy Carter builds Habitat for Humanity home in Tennessee despite black eye, stitches from fall

By Stephen Sorace

Former President Jimmy Carter donned a bandage over his left eye Monday as he helped build a home with Habitat for Humanity in Tennessee just one day after suffering a fall.

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